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“Long before I suspected the existence of the town near the northern border, I believe that I was in some way already an inhabitant of that remote and desolate place. Any number of signs might be offered to support this claim, although some of them may have seemed somewhat removed from the issue. Not the least of them appeared during my childhood, those soft gray years when I was stricken with one sort or another of life-draining infirmity. It was at this early stage of development that I sealed my deep affinity with the winter season in all its phases and manifestations. Nothing seemed more natural to me than my impulse to follow the path of the snow-topped roof and the ice-crowned fence-post, considering that I, too, in my illness, exhibited the marks of an essentially hibernal state of being. Under the plump blankets of my bed I lay freezing and pale, my temples sweating with shiny sickles of fever. Through the frosted panes of my bedroom window I watched in awful devotion as dull winter days were succeeded by blinding winter nights. I remained ever awake to the possibility, as my young mind conceived it, of an 'icy transcendence.' I was therefore cautious, even in my frequent states of delirium, never to indulge in a vulgar sleep, except perhaps to dream my way deeper into that landscape where vanishing winds snatched me up into the void of an ultimate hibernation.”
Thomas Ligotti - “A Soft Voice Whispers Nothing”

Miskatonic Musings Podcast Ligotti Episode
Apr 15, 2014 - 4:07 PM - by Nicole Cushing
I was recently the guest on an episode of the relatively new podcast Miskatonic Musings. The topic was Thomas Ligotti. (It was essentially, a "Ligotti 101" sort of episode, designed for the newbie, but I thought I'd post info about it here, too, in case anyone was interested in the discussion).

Here's a linky-link, for those interested.
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Table of contents for 'Born to Fear: Interviews with Thomas Ligotti'
Mar 12, 2014 - 12:09 PM - by matt cardin
Here it is. Also see my Teeming Brain post to the same effect.


Subterranean Press, 2014

Introduction by Matt Cardin: "Of Masks and Mystagogues"


Thomas Ligotti with Carl T. Ford, Dagon
Carl T. Ford (1988)

Thomas Ligotti with Stefan Dziemianowica and Michael A. Morrison
Stefan Dziemianiwocz and Michael A. Morrison (1991)

Weird Tales Talks with Thomas Ligotti
Darrell Schweitzer (1991)


The Grimscribe in Cyberspace
John B. Ford (2000)

Disillusionment Can Be Glamorous
E. M. Angerhuber and Thomas Wagner (2001)

Work Not Done
Thomas Wagner (2003)


Literature Is Entertainment or It Is Nothing
Neddal Ayad (2004)

It's All a Matter of Personal Pathology
Matt Cardin (2006)

A Conversation with Thomas Ligotti, The Mumpsimus
Geoffrey H. Goodwin (2007)

Thomas Ligotti Interview, Weird Tales
Geoffrey H. Goodwin (2009)

Interview Nonsense with Thomas Ligotti
David Ableev (2009)

The Damned Interviews: Thomas Ligotti
Tina Hall (2011)


Interview: Thomas Ligotti, The Hat Rack
Nathan Katz (2011)

Thomas Ligotti on Weird Fiction
Weird Fiction Review (2011)

Interview by Pål Flakk, Gateavisa
Pål Flakk (2012)

Born to Fear, Coś na Progu
Sławomir Wielhorski (2012)

Interview with Thomas Ligotti, Wonderbooknow
Jeff VanderMeer (2013)
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Subterranean Press: %50 discount on pre-order (2 Ligotti titles)
Mar 03, 2014 - 11:56 AM - by klarkash
Subterranean Press is having a %50 off sale on pre-orders until tomorrow, the 4th of March. This appears to apply to BOTH of their forthcoming Ligotti books (The Spectral Link and Born to Fear). This is a great deal, clearly.
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